Mario Vargas Llosa and his wife Patricia, Octavio Paz (behind her), Carlos Fuentes, Juan Carlos Onetti, Emir Rodríguez Monegal and Pablo Neruda. 1966
Carlos Fuentes, Luis Buñuel and Julio Cortázar.
“Death waits for the bravest, the richest, the hansdomest. But equals them to the most coward, the poorest, the ugliest, not in the simple fact of dying, but in the ignorance of death. We know it will come one day, but we don’t know what it is.”